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Uriah, Damien
Damien Uriah grew up in the Ozark mountains of eastern Oklahoma. He studied English and Creative Writing at The University of Arkansas-Fort Smith. His work, including fiction and poetry, appears in Applause and Indian Voice Journal.
Vaknine, Jennifer
Valvis, James
James Valvis lives in Washington State. His work has recently appeared in Arts & Letters, Atlanta Review, Blip (Mississippi Review), Hanging Loose, LA Review, Pank, Rattle, River Styx, and is forthcoming in Daily Science Fiction, H_NGM_N, Kill Author, Night Train, Pemmican, Sierra Nevada Review, Verdad, and many others. His first full-length poetry collection, How to Say Goodbye, is forthcoming from Aortic Books.
Van Hook, Eileen
Van Hooser, Doug
Doug Van Hooser's poetry has appeared in Chariton Review, Split Rock Review, Sheila-Na-Gig, After Hours and Poetry Quarterly among other publications. His fiction can be found in Red Earth Review, Flash Fiction Magazine, and Bending Genres Journal. Doug’s plays have received readings at Chicago Dramatist Theatre and Three Cat Productions.
Van Rhoads, Shea
Shea R. Van Rhoads is a writer, teacher, researcher, humanitarian, entrepreneur, mother and dog-lover. She holds degrees from Harvard and Simmons. In 2006, Ms. Van Rhoads co-founded the nonprofit Temwani Children's Foundation to help build a primary school for orphans in Zambia. Her recent poetry book, Quarters, explores the nuances of heart, mind, spirit, and culture.
Van Valin, Joel
Van Winkle, Claire
Claire Van Winkle received her BA at New York University and completed her MFA at Queens College, where she studied poetry writing and literary translation. Claire currently teaches grammar, composition, creative writing, and literature at CUNY and SUNY. She is the founder of the Rockaway Writers' Workshop. She also runs writing therapy groups at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. Claire has been the recipient of several honors including the inaugural Queens College Foundation Scholars
Vasquez, Emiliano
Inspiration for my work is grounded in simplicity. I enjoy poems that are forthright and unvarnished. My imagination likes to be led on.
Vecchitto, Michele
Velasco, Reinalyn
My mind became the stage of dancing letters. : A student that continues to be a journalist through creating articles and poems
Velasco, Sarah
Ventresca, Ave Jeanne
Ave Jeanne Ventresca (aka: ave jeanne) is the author of nine chapbooks of poetry that reflect social and environmental concerns. Her most recent collection, Noticing The Colors of Ordinary, was released in the summer of 2019. She edited the acclaimed literary magazine Black Bear Review, and served as publisher of Black Bear Publications for twenty years. Her award winning poetry (contemporary and Asian) has been widely published internationally within commercial and literary magazines, in prin
Ventresca, Cynthia
Cynthia A. Ventresca lives in Wilmington, Delaware, works for a local utility, and currently attends the University of Delaware. Her work has appeared most recently in Ted Kooser’s American Life in Poetry, Column 585, and 50 Haikus, Issue #10.
Viento, Wanda





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